Not everyone in Versailles enjoyed the truce during the nights of October 5th and 6th. Everything was at rest, except crime. The revolt had not yet completed its task and these demons, these disguised brigands who were shouting for bread when … Continue reading
Indeed, the order of things being destroyed is medieval Christendom. Now, medieval Christendom was not just any order, or merely one of many possible orders. It was the realization, in the circumstances inherent to the times and places, of the … Continue reading
In the fourteenth century a transformation of mentality began to take place in Christian Europe; in the course of the fifteenth century it became ever more apparent. The thirst for earthly pleasures became a burning desire. Diversions became more and … Continue reading
People who excel at the national level form the elite of a nation. It is composed of exceptional figures of that nation who are representative of its highest sectors of activity and who have corresponding relationships. For example, such an … Continue reading
With the theme, “Poland appeals to the consciences of her inhabitants,” thousands of Poles took to the streets of Warsaw on May 29 for the Sixth March in Defense of Life and Family. The march was an initiative of the … Continue reading
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